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Originally released by United Artists, the film is now in the public domain.
Poster's superintendent in the timber business, John Evered (George Sanders), goes to confront Ephraim but isn't sure whether to believe the harsh words he hears about Jenny.
The production dates were from December 10, 1945 to mid-March 1946 at the Samuel Goldwyn Studios.
Hedy Lamarr and Jack Chertok formed a partnership to produce this film.
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Poster is unkind to his mild-mannered son upon Ephraim's return.
He is unaware that the boy and Jenny were once sweethearts and that Jenny is again flirting with Ephraim behind her husband's back.Poster is more concerned about the lawlessness in town, lumberjacks drunkenly pillaging the town, manhandling the women and killing the judge, confirming Poster's long-held belief that Bangor must organize a police force.Jenny secretly hopes that her husband will die after he falls ill.Her father, an abusive, drunken widower, whips Jenny after learning of her flirtation with a sailor.She secretly schemes to wed the richest man in town, the much older timber baron Isaiah Poster (Gene Lockhart), while his son Ephraim (Louis Hayward) is away at college in Cambridge.Jenny proceeds to seduce Evered, who is engaged to marry her best friend, Meg Saladine (Hillary Brooke), the judge's daughter. After their wedding, Evered is eager to have children, but Jenny learns she cannot bear any.